ABOUT FRIENDS OF STONINGTON CREW
Friends of Stonington Crew (FOSC), a registered 501(c)(3), is a self funded non-profit organization that strives to promote diversity, teamwork, and awareness within the crew sport. The team is growing, currently consisting of 80 students, equal in number of boys and girls that compete with public and private schools across Connecticut and throughout New England. FOSC provides the opportunity for other kids in the community to participate in the sport during the summer by using all of the boats ($30,000+ each) and other equipment.​​​​​

The Stonington High School rowing program began in 1997. Each year the program has grown stronger and bigger. We, the Friends of Stonington Crew, are proud witnesses of the strong camaraderie and a consistent strengthening of the team with each passing season. The lessons of personal achievement, dedication, persistence, and good sportsmanship are enjoyed by each and every high school rower.

If you find yourself with a few spare moments during the regattas or other events, we invite you to introduce yourself to any one of these remarkable young people. You will undoubtedly be as impressed as we continue to be. There is satisfaction and pride in the fact that these students are “our” sons and daughters. This team is a reflection of our community – now and in the future.​
Join Us!

FOSC has board meetings the first Tuesday of each month at the Stonington High School library at 7:00pm.

Please join our group and help us make a great experience for all of the members of the team.

For more information contact:
John Flaherty, FOSC President on president@stoningtoncrew.org or (860) 514-5148.

Friends of Stonington Crew Board Members

​​​Director of Rowing, Mike O'Neill

President, John Flaherty

Vice President, Jeff Anderson

Treasurer, Sharon Drago

Secretary, Rich Stern
Alumni Relations, Constantine Macris

Apparel, Wendy Rhode

Equipment Manager, Rob Bunger

Chuck Wagon, Sue Bibeau 

Parent Liason, Alicia Luther
parentliason@stoningtoncrew.org

Development, Rick Larkin

Photography, C.S. Spencer

Communications,  Jennifer McCann

Web Site, John Thornell